Lynley Cannon’s FRIDAY FELINE FACTS & FANCIES, Free Range

 

Lynley Cannon, star of the Crazy Cat Lady cozy mystery series, is often referred to as a crazy cat lady herself, but when it comes to the feline species, this sixty-something cat shelter volunteer knows her stuff. Check here each Friday for instructive and intriguing information on our favorite subject: cats!

There is a conflict between those who believe cats should run free and those who think they should be kept inside for their own safety. Though cats need stimulation to thrive, our outdoors is fraught with dangers in the form of cars, wildlife, and unfortunately, a smattering of malicious people. 

~Cat’s Paw chapter 13

 

Check out more of Lynley Cannon’s kitty tips, tricks, and facts preceding each chapter in CATS’ EYES, COPY CATS, CAT’S PAW, and CAT CALL.

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About Mollie Hunt

I am the crazy cat lady, animal shelter volunteer, Trekkie, and mystery writer. I live in the rainy Pacific Northwest and will watch any TV show or movie filmed here. Even though I am of a goodly age (sixty-something) I go to Star Trek conventions in costume and am not afraid to be by myself. I enjoy my life in the cat lane. Words to live by: Spay and neuter; Live long and prosper; Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference.
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2 Responses to Lynley Cannon’s FRIDAY FELINE FACTS & FANCIES, Free Range

  1. Gosh, it is so very difficult to decide but a lot if not the vast majority of cats in UK are indoor/outdoor cats. Some do get run over, and killed which is a tragedy. I am an outdoor cat as was raised there so maybe I have a different view of things even though I now like to come in to the warmth of a house and not be hurt or chased.
    Toodle pips and purrs
    Erin the Cat

    • Mollie Hunt says:

      I know the US and the UK have somewhat different views on whether cats should be indoors-only or not. I wonder if the US isn’t a bit more dangerous than where you live? I finally brought in my last indoor/outdoor cat when he was attacked by a raccon. It may be selfish, but knowing my cats are safe give me peace of mind. I wish my husband would finally build me that catio though.

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